Okay so originally, the computer says "Operating System Not Found" when I turned on my Acer Aspire 3680 notebook. But then, when I try to fix it, it would tell me that there is "no fixed disks present." What is going on and what do I do?
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You might just need to go to your computer manufacturer's website and update your drivers. Try this; if this doesn't work, try doing a system restore. If your system restore fails, then try reformatting your hard drive and then reinstalling your operating system.
hi..try to remove unplug or plug in the Hard Drive,, if cant work you or nothing happens you need to re-place the hard drive.about files theirs nothing ways to recover the files if the Hard Drive is totally defective..Thanks..and GOOD LUCK...^_^
Okay, I think I can help you but I need some more information. I'm assuming your Acer laptop currently has a version of Windows XP installed, yes? And Acer gave you a CD to upgrade your OS to a version of Windows Vista?
And when you mean that you go to your BIOS to access the CD, I'm assuming that you are talking about the boot options menu (selecting the cd drive vs the hard drive or floppy drive or what not) correct?
When you select the CD drive to boot from, what exactly happens? Do you get any error message? Does the computer turn off? Does it appear to try to load from the CD and then switch to your hard drive instead (and load your existing operating system)?